Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve 292 (TTR) is an Anishinabe First Nation located east of Roblin, Manitoba.
Our on-reserve population is 670 and resides on Valley River 63A Reserve. The main reserve is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Grandview and the Rural Municipality of Hillsburg. The total First Nation population is 1,486.
Tootinaowaziibeeng Ojibwa’s are closely related to the Swan River Band of Ojibwa’s who are the Cote, Keeseekoose, Pine Creek, Sapotaweyak, The Key, Wuskwi Sipihk and Yellow Quill. In the past they shared the same Reserve with them, as they did with the Crane River (aka O-Chi-chak-ko-sippi), Ebb & Flow, Keeseekoowenin, Rolling River and Waywayseecappo Ojibwa’s. Their former reserve was located in the Duck Mountain (Provincial) and Riding Mountain (National) Parks. In the 1880s, many of the Ojibwa’s from the Swan River Reserve, were relocated to Keeseekoose after flooding. Those who remained are known today as the Sapotaweyak and Wuskwi Sipihk First Nations.